Study: Managing Stress Is Key To Getting The Most Out Of A Healthy DietMany people have been trying to eat healthy with less bad fat, and more good fats like olive oil, but that might not be enough.
Study: Women Experience Less Stress After Husbands DieWomen who lose their husbands experience less stress than women who have living spouses, a new study suggests.
Some Email Inbox Detox Could Help Lower Stress LevelsA study of 2,000 people in the United Kingdom found the constant checking of emails is linked to higher levels of stress and pressure.
Some Smoothies Can Help Manage StressApril is National Stress Awareness Month, and Estelle and Dale Williams say they have a few smoothies that can actually help you manage your stress in different ways.
5 Simple Exercises That Lower StressLooking for a way to lower stress? Try these five exercises from Dr. Tami Meraglia, author of "The Hormone Secret: Discover Effortless Weight Loss and Renewed Energy in Just 30 Days."
Experts: Certain Foods Can Help Cut StressThe website KitchenDaily.com compiled a list of foods experts say could help fight anxiety.
Simple Steps To Reduce Holiday StressThe holidays can be busy. There are gifts to buy, cookies to bake, decorations to put up and that can all amount to one thing -- stress.
Seen At 11: Are You Stressing Your Hair Out?We’ve come to accept stress as part of our daily lives. But for women, and more and more young women, there’s a new and devastating effect from stress—losing their hair.
Dr. Max Gomez: Behind-The-Wheel Stress Could Improve Driving Performance In TeensTraffic accidents are one of the leading causes of death for people aged 15-29, and the most dangerous time is during a new driver's first few months behind the wheel.
Dr. Max Gomez: Investigating The Link Between Stress And InfertilityA team of researchers at Ohio State's Wexner Medical Center, led by Dr. Courtney Lynch, have made a connection between stress and a couple's inability to get pregnant.
Holiday Time Can Mean Stress On Your HeartHoliday stress can mean trouble for your heart if you're not careful.
Study: 9/11 Led People To Start Smoking AgainRoughly one million people who had kicked the habit went back to smoking because of the stress of 9/11, according to a newly published report.